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STGSB is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit working to revitalize our bay.

We advocate for healing the creeks that feed our bay, for bay-friendly lawns, for helping to return a shellfishing industry to The Great South Bay, and for the deployment of modern wastewater infrastructure to save all of Long Island’s bays

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Shop At Amazon Smile, Support Save The Great South Bay

November 26, 2017

Save The Great South Bay is a strong supporter of South Shore businesses.   If, however, there are items that you were ready to purchase on Amazon anyway, why not buy them through Amazon Smile, so that a portion of the proceeds goes to the organization? It’s at no cost to… Read more

Marshall Brown

Episode Three: Ingredients To ANY STGSB Event: Drink The Bay Clean, Live Music, Oysters, And Someone Willing To Host

November 26, 2017

Save The Great South Bay has enjoyed just incredible support, and by the time the dust settled on the year, we’d had ten events thrown on our behalf to support the cause!     This spontaneous, grassroots response, is why we have at present 12,000 people in our Facebook Group, mostly… Read more

Marshall Brown

Year in Review, Episode Two: By The Rivers Of Babylon, The Creek Defender Program Is Born

November 26, 2017

On Earth Day, April 22nd, Save The Great South Bay launched The Creek Defender Program in Babylon on Carll’s River.   Working with The Village: Babylon High School and the Elementary School, the PTA and the parents,   as well as with South Shore Paddle Boards and their tribe, 80 volunteers… Read more

Marshall Brown

Save The Great South Bay — A Year In Review, Episode One: Can A Beer Save A Bay?

November 26, 2017

As 2017 winds down, as the sun, ever lower on the horizon, yields the gorgeous sunrises and sunsets of The Great South Bay of Fall and Winter, while in our marinas our boats are stowed for the winter, we’ve time to reflect on what was a very eventful year. 2017… Read more

Marshall Brown

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES $10.4 MILLION EFFORT TO IMPROVE LONG ISLAND WATER QUALITY, RESTORE SHELLFISH POPULATIONS AND BOLSTER RESILIENCY OF COASTAL COMMUNITIES

September 9, 2017

Invests $7.25 Million in Public Hatcheries Across Long Island and $3.15 Million to Obtain Adult Shellfish  Shellfish Restoration Council to Direct Efforts and Coordinate Training  Investments Will Create Jobs Across Long Island DEC to Establish One-Stop Shop to Expedite Permitting for Shellfish Cultivation     Earlier today, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo… Read more

Marshall Brown

Suffolk County Mosquito Control Takes to The Skies Again Wednesday July 19-Fri July 21st

July 10, 2017

Yes, Vector Control is back, having had their funding renewed by The Suffolk County Legislature.  So these next three days, as will be the case every two weeks throughout the summer, the copters will be flying again.   We can only hope for the sake of our marshes, that this… Read more

Marshall Brown

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